Make an Impact in the CPA Community

SCACPA is at the forefront of advancing the CPA profession in South Carolina, and we are calling on you—our community of dedicated professionals—to step into leadership roles that will shape the direction of our association and the industry. By volunteering with SCACPA, you not only contribute to our collective voice but also gain unparalleled opportunities for professional growth and personal development.

Why Volunteer?

  • Professional Development: Enhance your leadership skills and industry knowledge.
  • Networking: Connect with peers and leaders across the state.
  • Influence: Play a direct role in advocating for the profession and shaping its future.
  • Recognition: Be acknowledged for your contributions to the CPA community.

Ready to Lead?

If you are ready to take on a fulfilling role that benefits your career and the CPA community, we invite you to apply. Please fill out the form below with your details and the position(s) you are interested in.

The SCACPA Board of Directors leads the strategic vision of the Association.

  • Oversees association activities and engages with chapter leadership.
  • 3-year term, with eligibility for re-election to one additional term.
  • Meets quarterly.

The Educational Fund Trustees create and review initiatives to ensure the growth and sustainability of the CPA pipeline.

  • Review and select scholarship candidates.
  • Influence the CPA Pipeline and professional growth initiatives.
  • 5-year term.
  • Meets quarterly (usually virtually)

The CPA-Policital Action Committee (CPA-PAC) Trustees lead fundraising efforts for contributions to political figures. This is a non-partisan group.

  • 3-year term, eligible for one consecutive re-election.
  • Prerequisite: Must be a regular SCACPA member and have contributed to the PAC in the past two fiscal years.

Committee chairs have an exciting opportunity to stand at the forefront of the Association’s innovative programs.

  • Drive committee initiatives and lead task execution.
  • Meeting frequency varies (in-person and virtual).

Chapter leaders drive connections among local-area peers and students.

  • Foster professional cooperation and organize chapter events.
  • Engage in community outreach to elevate accounting and auditing standards.
  • Meetings and events vary from chapter to chapter.
  • Please include what role you hope to play in leadership.
  • Make to sure to include any previous volunteer experience, boards you serve or have previously served, and any other relevant experience.